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  1. My Name is Abrena Mc Collin-Alexander and I am a Seventh Day Adventist, grew up in the church but left and God called me back home. Here is my testimony. I cannot keep the goodness of God to myself.

    Here is what My Life use to be like before I met Jesus
    I thank Christ Jesus my Lord who called me from darkness into marvelous light for I was formerly an adulterer, bisexual since I knew myself as a child, a liar and thief going from bad to worse, but I obtained mercy because I did it ignorantly in unbelief.

    Here is what happened…how I Met Jesus
    It was one afternoon in my bed at home, suddenly a bright light shone before me like the sun and in the midst an image of God seated on His thrown, wearing a golden crown, crown with glory, shining in His glory, surrounded by His celestial host of angels standing on His left and on His right, shining all so bright. Then days later the Lord said to me “You will become religious”. Jesus introduced Himself anew to me, and just like the woman at the well the Lord told me all about my life.

    My life after I accepted Jesus as my personal Savior:

    1Timothy 1:14 say “And the grace of our Lord was exceedingly abundant, with faith and love which are in Christ Jesus” This is so true, today my life after I have accepted Jesus as my personal Savior, after a terrible life of sin running into dead ends out there…Jesus converted me by using His rod of correction/affliction. He give me deliverance from the sins that had me bound, no longer I’m I controlled by these sins/devil’s influence. My life today is full of joy, peace from a corruptible life, full of hope and the best part I’m no longer attracted to the same sex or anyone else but my husband and Jesus. I thank God for reuniting me with my husband and with Christ in the middle it is way better than before, full of peace and quiet, happiness and love.

    Today I am set free and I give God Praise. Paul said in 1Timothy 1:15 “This is a faithful saying and worthy of acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into this world to save sinners, of whom I am chief. However, for this reason I obtain mercy, that in me first Jesus Christ might show all long-suffering, as a pattern to those who are going to believe on Him for everlasting life”…I was blessed by a young lady testimony who received deliverance from a life very similar to my past life, she too was attracted to the same sex and had a relationship with the same sex, she was my witness of the love and power of Christ. It had such a powerful impact on me and today she is an Evangelist for God, she preaches and speaks on 103 FM and there is where I heard her bold testimony to the world.

    God’s personal appearance and His Living Word has the greatest impact on my life today and forever. Believe on God for deliverance, repent and sincerely ask Him for deliverance, this nightmare of Homosexuality from ever since I know myself as a child is over. God brought down those stronghold, broke those chains and set me free. I owe my life to Him.

    He never made a mistake when He made male and female, the earth is curse and the devil is behind the corruption hence why Jesus came to destroy the works of the devil. To God be the glory, it was not easy but God didn’t give up on me I had to walk it out and I rejoice today because He really helped me in all of this.

    Don’t accept this ugly life no one was born like that the earth is curse after Adam but Jesus save, seek deliverance beg God for help because Hell fire is not for you, God is a Holy God, pure no sin and He wants to help us live the very same life and I give Him glory today because it God who is carry me today and forever. Cry out for help don’t live that miserable life get the help from God that you need. I am a Seventh day Adventist I live in Brooklyn, NY and I want you to know there is freedom from sin through the blood of Jesus. It requires a lot of prayer and separating yourself from the evil crowd/evil vice itself.

    There is Hope and Victory and Freedom in Christ Jesus.

    God Bless

    • Thank you for your testimony, Abrena.

      It is always uplifting to read how Jesus can make anyone over anew. 🙂 That is true for both straight and gay people. He didn’t promise to take our natural tendencies for sin away, but He did promise grace to overcome. And the loneliness of the heart that we too often seek to satisfy in our own way (often sexually) is something that only He can fully satisfy.

      May God continue to bless you and draw you closer to Him.

    • Thanks, James. I will watch the video when my satellite internet bandwidth renews. 😉

      In the meantime, for our other visitors, the video is entitled “God Helps Gay Man See that NO ONE is Born Gay (Stephen Bennett Testimony)”

      I will just address the title of the video: A homosexual orientation is very complex, because humans are complex beings. There are a number of things that factor into a person feeling they are “born gay,” but no one of these factors makes a person “gay.” However, if there are three major factors, such as

      1. Genes that predispose towards things that gay people tend to be interested in,
      2. Maternal trauma in the fifth to sixth months of pregnancy, which results in a female brain for lack of appropriate hormonal “wash.” Note that there are perfectly heterosexual men who also have a “female brain.” It is only one factor.
      3. After birth being treated inappropriately, such as being treated like a girl. Or a mother may be overly protective while the father is distant. A child may be mocked for being different by classmates, or even a father. Again, by itself, this does not make a child gay. But it is a contributing factor.

      If any three such factors – not necessarily exactly these three – combine, then the child will surely feel “different” from a very early age and will later identify as “born gay.” The person did not consciously choose such an orientation. However, how to deal with such an orientation is still a choice.

      You can read one such story in Carrol Grady’s, My Son, Beloved Stranger.” Google is your friend here. (An interesting footnote to this story, which is not usually mentioned, is that the “Danny” of the story is now heterosexually married. Not finding support for his convictions against same-sex relationships in his family or his church, he became a Catholic, where his own beliefs were confirmed. He has chosen not to engage in homosexual sex.)

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